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Greece to Host Young Diplomats Forum for First Time

Photo source: Global Diplomatic Forum

Photo source: Global Diplomatic Forum

A world class conference for the promising society of young diplomats will be held for the first time in Athens by the Global Diplomatic Forum and its partner in Greece, Geo Routes Cultural Institute.

Eighty delegates from 65 countries from around the world will meet in the Greek capital during June 8-12 to enhance their knowledge in the fields of international affairs.

Young_Dimplomats_Forum_Geo_RoutesThe Young Diplomats Forum is addressed to the exceptional elite of young diplomats and will include field trips, interactive workshops, simulations, case studies, presentations and speeches from leaders from the diplomatic world. This community of exceptionally bright and accomplished future leaders will gain further insight, tools and opportunities and will also broaden their connections to influential stakeholders.

The five-day Forum will be hosted in the premises of some of the most important bodies and Institutions in the Greek capital such as the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), the European Parliament, the Athens Chamber of Commerce (ACCI), the Hellenic Management Association (EEDE), the Hellenic Police HQ and the Hellenic Coast Guard.

The Young Diplomats Forum is supported by the European Commission Representation in Greece.

The Global Diplomatic Forum promotes and contributes to global prosperity by initiating and fostering sustainable partnerships between diplomatic services, government agencies, politicians, media, NGOs, academics and the private sector. Its world class events build bridges to engage all key voices and major players in international affairs in order to create tangible and measurable solutions to some of the world’s most challenging issues.

The Geo Routes Cultural Institute is part of the Geo & Aegean Routes experiential, cultural and environmental journeys, held under the auspices of the Hellenic National Commission for UNESCO and supported by the European Commission Representation in Greece.

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